Discover the best new songs of November

New music to be thankful for. Take a listen to the Best Songs of November coming out of the Southeast, a playlist compiled in conjunction with our friends at Future Chord

See what songs made the list and what we had to say about them below:

1. SUSTO - "Jah Werx"

Jah werx, and I’m fine today. A new-age flavored rock single you need to put on repeat.

2. White Laces - "Maybe Not"

The stargaze rockers very last song before splitting up earlier this month. It was just a dream.

3. Junior Astronomers - "FPM"

This daunting and whirling indie rock excursion will demand your attention from start to finish.

4. Midnight Snack - "Magic"

Your favorite actors’ opening scene; a soft-rock morning vibe with quirky dips and turns that work.

5. Big Brutus - "Louise"

A warm and reflective piece of music, tastefully produced.

6. Jordan Burchel - "Blesh"

Driving and uplifting rock; introspective in message and delivery.

7. Stop Light Observations - "Thank You"

A psychedelic dance-jam thriller oh so appropriate as a November nod to the fans.

8. Jake Thomson - "Linger (Without A Cause)"

Catch your breath with this soothing lounge pop gem laced with warm synths and bright harmonies.

9. Less Western - "Wondering"

A good trip, to and fro. Trippy rock with a good vibe for listening.

10. Camel Blues Band - "Hot Head"

Pop in some earplugs and step into the garage with this fuzzy blues rock affair.

Track descriptions by Jeremy Theall and Andrew Oliver. Future Chord is an artist management and event production company in South Carolina and a regional partner with Forthright Records.